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WOOD COUNTY REPORTER
Published Semi-weekly on every ::: Tuesday and Friday ::: ::: A. L. Fontaine, Publisher and Proprietor lmUra4 at tka Faat-Ofaa at Irma* HapHa, Wla rsaala, am mmHlm mall mattar. Advertising Rates on Application SUBSCKIMI9R )!.$• A TEAK IN ABVANCE Tuesday, May 9, 1905. AENQUIST-WHITHAN The Waupaca Record in its last issue had the following account of the Whitman-Arnquist wedding: Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitman in Rudolph, Wis., occurred the marriage of the eldest daughter, Nora Hanna, to W. Bennett Arnquist of this city. Miss Gassy J. Whitman, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and James Arnquist of New Richmond was best man. Promptly at half past one, to the strains of the wedding march, played by Miss Catherine Galligan of Nekoosa the couple marched in before a veritable solid bank of evergreens and arbutus and the wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Peterson of Grand Rapids, After the ceremony a most sumptu ous wedding dinner was served to the guests, after which the guests were entertained with music rendered by Miss Gailigan, of Nekoosa, Mrs. Arnquist, of Hudson and Albert L. Laraen of this city. The bride was dressed in pretty white crepe de chine over silk and the groom in conventional black. The house was prettily decorated with cut flowers and evergreens. About fifty guests were present, being the immediate relatives and a few personal friends of the contracting parties. Many beautiful presents were given, such as silverware, cut glass and hand painted china, furniture and a tine piano. Mr. and Mrs. Arnquist left Satur day night for the home of Mr. Arnqulst’s parents in New Richmond, where a large reception was tendered them Monday evening. They will spend a few days in St, Paul and then go to Hudson to visit with Judge and Mrs. Arnquist, arriving in this city about the first of next week. They will make their home here in the Hanson house in the second ward. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitman of Rudolph. She is a young lady with many personal friends and possesses a most pleasing appearance. She will be greatly missed by the people near her home. W. Bennett Arnquist Is a young man of good habits and pleasing man ner. He is in the employ of A. R. Lea aud since his arrival in this city a little over a year ago has woo many close friends. The Record joins with others in wishing them happiness and success. There is • Difference. —The difference between Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar and all other cough syrups is that it moves the bowels, thus expelling a cold from the system. This relaxes the nerve-tis sues and by its healing effect on the throat and lungs the cough is relieved —cured entirely. Kennedy’s is the original Laxative Honey and Tar and contains no opiates. Good alike for young or old. Tastes good. Sold by J. E. Daly Drug Company and P. L. Stelb & Company. HORSE, WAGON TnD REFUSE DUMPED TOGETHER While dumping a load of refuse on the old creek bottom near McCarthy’s blacksmith shop, Saturday afternoon, the weight of the load dragged the horse, wagon and driver, Lucien Herard, down the steep embankment to the bottom, about fifteen feet. Though Berard was thrown under the horse he escaped unhurt. The wagon was partly demolished, and the horse was entangled In the debris when the rig rolled down the bank, but outside of a few scratches, was uninjured. Wheeler Screens Hold Baby Safe Frightful accidents have oc curred by baby leaning too hard against other window screens. Baby can never lean against the locked Wheeler hard enough to push it from place and fall. Locks baby in; sneak thieves out. Ten Dav Free Trial On any or every window you wish to screen. No matter what you thought to buy, or what you thought to pay, first use the Wheeler ten days free, and learn all that a screen must do to satisfy year after year. Off they come after the trial if they fail in any way. KELLOGG BROS. LBR. CO. Exclusive Agents. DOINGS OF THE COUNCIL Council Rooms, May 2nd, 1905. Council met in regular session Mayor Nash presiding. Aldermen present: Slattery, Billmyer, Steib, Gross, Nis son. Getzlaff, Porter, Paulus, Bossert, Jackson, King, Mulroy, Hill and Nie man, 14. Absent, Arpin and Rossier, 2. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and, on motion, approved. The petition of Alex Hudkofski and others was presented praying for the placing in a passable condition of the street running west from Mike Fahr ner’s in the Bth ward. On motion, the above petition was referred to the street committee. The petition of Louis Panter and others presented praying for the erec tion and maintenance of an arc lamp at the southerly treminus of Court House street. On motion the above petition was referred to the committee on general business to report upon at next meet ing. The street committee reported on the petition of Gustav Baum and others recommending that the peti tion be referred back to the petitioners for correction. On motion the petition was so re ferred back to the petitioners for cor rection. The street committee reported on the petition of John Eubisiak and others for the construction of a sewer on Daly street from Fremont street to West Lincoln street, recommending that the prayer of the petitioners be granted. On motion, the report of the com mittee was adopted and the sewer committee instructed to have the eewer'constructed. The matter of having the houses numbered and the street signs painted was brought up and, on motion, was left with the street committee for an other month. The question as to the authority for ordering in side walks was brought up and the matter left with the city attorney and the side walk committee. On motion, by the following vote, the clerk calling the roll, the follow ing bills were allowed. Ayes, —Slat- tery, Billmyer, Gross, Nisson, Getz laff. Porter, Panlus, Bossert, Jackson King, Mnlroy, Hill, Neiman and Steib, 14, Nays, —None. Oscar Doughty 249 hra at 15c 937 35 Henry Sampson and team 17 " “ 32‘4c 553 Joe Wheir 81 “ “ 15c 12 15 Albert Boetcher 101 “ “ “ 15 15 Emil Berg . 52 “ “ “ 7 80 Fred Damon 10 “ “ “ 1 50 Richard Brockhausen 11 “ “ “ 1 65 Wm. Johnson and team 26“ “ 32Hc 8 45 E. C. Ketchum and team 63 “ “ “ 20 48 Charles Wolt 10 “ “ 15c 1 50 Labor for west side slll 56 Fred Henry 244 hrs at 15c 936 60 Wm. Johnson and team 50 “ “ 32‘/4c 16 25 Geo. Gross 15 “ “ 160 2 25 Labor for east side 955 10 Will Otto 15 hrs at 15c Waterworks accts 2 25 Will Hale Burying a dog 1 00 S. £. McGuire Board and lodging for out-side poor 1 25 C. E. Boles Postage, express, etc 4 30 R. H. Gile Supplies for city clerk's office 3 10 Grand Rapids Lbr. Cos. 1 load of wood for Mrs. Pahl 2 00 National Meter Cos. 2 Meters and fittings 21 50 Johnson & Hill Cos, Mdse, for the poor 42 43 Electric & Water Cos. April service 479 45 Total of bills 8723 94 The report of the superintendent of the poor was received, showing the total cost to the city for temporary support given to the poor for the year to be 170.48. On motion, the above report was accepted and ordered placed on file. On motion, the Mr. P. McCamley was unanimously elected superinten dent of the poor for the year 1905-1906 at the same salary as ho had last year. Motion made and passed that the present arrangement as to the street commissioners be continued for the coming year, the city teamsters from each side of the river acting as street commissioner on his respective side of the river. The matter of fixing the approach to the bridge on the west side of the river was left with the side walk committee.* On motion E. I. Philleo was en gaged as city engineer for the coming year under the same arrangements as last year. A communication was received from H. G. Filiatreau of Merrlil making a proposition for the numbering of the houses and putting up of street signs. On motion, the above matter was referred to the street committee. The bid of the Grand Rapids Tri bune was received for the printing of the council proceedings and ordinances at 60 cents a folio, the same to be published in all three papers to cost but 60 cents. No other bid for the city printing having been received, the above pro position was accepted by the follow ing vote, the clerk calling the roll. Ayes,—Slattery, Gross, Nisson, Qetzlaff, Porter, Paulus, Bossert, Jackson, King, Hill and Nieman, 11. Nays, —Billmyer, Steib and Mulroy, 8. On motion the bid of the First Na tional Bank was accepted as the depo sitory of the city funds. On, motion, the present arrange ments with the band were continued with the understanding that if the service given by the band is not sat isfactory that the arrangement will be discontinued. On motion, by the following vote, the clerk calling the roll there was ap propriated to the cemetery association the sum of $50.00 for the improvement of the Potter’s field. Ayes,—Slat tery, Steib, Gross, Nisson, Getzlaff, Porter, Panins, Bossert, Jackson, King, Hill and Nieman, 12. Nays,— Billmyer and Mulroy, 2. On motion, Alderman Porter was appointed a committee of one to look after the improvement of the old fair grounds. Oity Attorney Gaynor reported on the claim of Louis Shanock recom mending that the same be referred to the street committee, and on motion, it was so referred. City Attorney Gaynor reported on the bill of John Garihee for officers’ fees recommending that the same be disallowed as Mr. Garihee is receiving a salary. On motion the bill was disallowed. The election of the following offi cers of the West Side Fire Cos. was reported by the secretary of the com pany and on motion the election was confirmed by the council. Chief, W. J. Dickson; asisstant chief, Wm. Pribbanow; president, F. L. Rourke; vice president. Matt Carey.; secretary and treasurer, A. N. Palmer. The following report of the city treasurer for the month of April was received and ordered placed on file. Grand Rapids, Wis,. May Ist, 1905. To the Hon. Mayor and common council of the city of Grand Rapids: Gentlemen: 1 hereby respectfully submit to report of my office as City Treasurer for the month of April, 1905. April Ist balance on hand in bank S4OIO 61 “ 29th C. E. Holes, H. Meyers glass blowers license 10 00 “ 29th C, E. Boles, dog license 200 “ “ “ “ “ sewer pipes sold by M, Serick 5 00 April 29th C, E. Boles from county for macadamizing in front of jail 45 21 April 29th C, E. Boles, W, C. R. R, Cos. for sewer pipes 0 50 Orders paid out during month of April $1467 56 April 30th Interest 4 83 94087 15 91467 56 May Ist balance on hand in bank 92619 59 Respectfully submitted, Frank Stahl, City Treasurer. On motion, the council resolved it self into a board of heatlh with the Mayor, the City Physician apd the City Clerk as the executive commit tee. On motion, the Council adjourned. L. M. Nash, Mayor, C. E. Boles, Clerk. Deafness Cannot be Cored by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mncous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but au inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circu* lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 76 cents. Take Hall’s Family Fills for constipation. QUIET WOMEN Your quiet women are the women of power. The noisy, blustering, arrogant, self-asserting among them, make the air hot with their voices, and trouble the world with their superabundant activities. But this cannot be called real strength; it is more generally a sham and a show which breaks down under the pressure of personal aud private trial; while the true power of those who, as wives, influence the present, and, as mothers, mold the future, lies hidden from the public, all the more valuable because of its reserve. The perfume of the violet steals out from the dense thicket where it lies bidden, while the sunflower turns the glare of its disc full to the gaze of all passers-by, scentless and coarse—patent to all, and without mystery or sweetness for any.—Ex. MANY ACCESSIONS IN THE SERVICES IN G. A. R. The longer these services continue the greater becomes the interest, and persons are daily turning unto the Lord. Friday evening six responded to the invitation forward and on Sunday five others and last night three more took their stand and confessed their faith in Christ. This evening Mr. DeVoe will speak on “The Unwelcome Christ” and Mr. Shields will sing “Hocked in the Cradle of the Deep.” Secretary H. T. Barstow of Ladysmith and J. C. Thurman of Green Bay and Rev. Sitzer and wife of Rome Center are in city to attend the services tonight. There will not be any services tomorrow (Wednesday night) on account of meeting of G. A. R. but every other evening at the usual hour. SPRING CATARRH Changeable Weather Causes Disease. Breathe Byomei and Core Catarrh. —The changeable weather of Spring, with its warm days and cold nights, is responsible for a great increase in the number of cases of catarrh. It is now that Hyomei, the only guaranteed treatment for catarrh that cures without stomach dosing, should be used in every home. Hyomei is a scientific method by which pure air impregnated with Nature’s own remedies for the cure of catarrh, can be inhaled by every sufferer in bis or her home. Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, its healing, volatile, antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs and air passages, as no stomach dosing possibly can do. It gives immediate relief and makes lasting cures. Proof that the Hyomei treatment will do all that is claimed for it is found in the guarantee under which John E. Daly sells it, an agreement to pay baca the price, if the purchaser can say that Hyomei has not given satisfaction. Complete outfit $1.00; extra bottles 50c. ST. VITUS DANCE —Have you a son or daughter afflicted with St. Vitus Dance? Clark’s Nerve Tonic cures every case. It is equally effective in curing nervous prostration, extreme nervousness and other- forms of nerve derangement. It also gi\es prompt relief and, if used a sufficient length of time, effects a permanent cure in all cases of bedwetting. Is also an excellent general restorative in all cases where the system is in a debilitated, iun-down condition. The parents and friends of those who have been cured .will gladly verify these statements. A partial list of names and resi dences of the parents of those who have recently been cured in Wausau is herewith given: J. P. Werle, Wcrle’s Park, W. P. Sloan, Sloan House. Carl Schultz, 911 South Fifth Ave. Lorin D. Edwards, 109 Third street. E. W. Lemke, 521 Jacksou street. Herman Weinke, 115 Second avenue. Chas. Helke, 311-313 Fourth street Henry Brose, 714 Plumer street. Sold in Wausau at the Frost-Phil brick drug store, 506 Third street, and at Chas. Helke’s furniture store, 311-313 Fourth street. Bounce bottles at $1,50 per bottle; three bottles securely packed in light wooden box, $4.00; six bottles, SB.OO. Recent cases of St, Vitus Dance are often cured by 3 to 5 bottles. Children under ten years are much more promptly cured of bed-wetting than after they pass twelve years of age. Those Hying outside of Wausau can secure a prompt shipment by express to a desired locality of a package of three or more bottles of the Nerve Tonic by sending tq EJ, G. Cj.ark, Wausau, Wis., a postal money order of the proper amount. Any informa tion about the Nerve Tonic or any matters connected therewith promptly furnished. apri2s-3m. WORTH READING ABOUT AT LEAST We found a Sunday school connected with the St. Luke’s Methodist Episcopal church in Long Branch, that is worth reading about, and its methods may be copied to advantage. It has a membership of about 700. They have a tine modern Sunday school room, where classes can be shut off by themselves, and not be disturbed by their neighbors. Thus the physical advantages are in their favor. One of the attractive features is an orchestra of about thirty boys. It is trained by one of the men of the church, who does it for the love he has for both music aud the church. He takes boys, some of whom have never touched 4n instrument, and soon has them playing well enough to take their place in the company. We specially noted a young fellow of about sixteen years, handling the bass viol. He did it well, and yet three months before did not know one thing about it, and could not read a note. They play the regular Sunday school mu&ie and lead the service of song. It was inspiring to bear them sing, The superintendent is a wide awake man. He keeps bis hand on the entire management, and knows what is to take place, and when. He has a training class in session while the school is, who are studying a week in advance, and from this company be draws his supply teachers. They are very willing servants. When the time comes to dismiss the school, the Primary Junior and intermediate departments go out in succession while the orchestra plays au appropriate march. This is done wilh the same exactness that it is In the public school, aud avoids what is often a grand rush on the part of the departing crowd. There is one feature that is worthy of special mention, and we wonder where it can be duplicated. Every official member of the church, without exception, is either an officer, teacher or scholar in the school. There was one person a while ago who was not, but he died, thus leaving this large body of officials all in active relation to the Sunday school. This is as it should be. MAY TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION Circuit court was opened Monday by Deputy Sheriff Boetcher, with Hon. Cbas. M. Webb presiding. Court was called at eleven o’clock and two divorce cases disposed of before noon. They were: Sadie Johnson, plaintiff and Otto Johnson defendent; divorce granted. Adelaide Bates, plaintiff and William Bates defendent; divorce granted and permission given to marry within the year. When court was adjourned till one o’clock in the afternoon, all the court officers were present, Cierk of Court, A. Bever, District Attorney, Theodore Brazeau; Court Reporter, Robert Morse; Sbeiiff Little and Deputy Sheriff Boetcher. Court was called at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, as per adjournment and the court calendar read. Of the criminal cases, nine are for trial. The case of the state of Wisconsin against Mat Yaneck was settled out of court. Out of the twenty-five jury cases, nine were continued and one referred, the referee to be decided upon later. Two referee’s reports were submitted for judgement and 1 third case referred, out of the court cases. The calendar read, Clerk of Court Bever read the list of petit jurors. Thirty-two answered to their names and four of these were excused by Judge Webb. One of the jurors l Jayne's Tonic Yermiftitfe gives rosy cheeks and active health to pale, sickly And it is good for their elders, too. Ask your druggist for it. named on the court calendar, August Furstenherg, of Marshfield, died Sun day uioruing at his home, leaving the number of jurors on the list thirty five. The clerk then drew the slips bearing the names of the first criminal case jurors; the names were Sam Hiles Dexter,. George Wells Pittsville, Herbert Nason Grand Rapids, Charles Kellogg Grand Rapids, William Jackson Seneca, Andrew Gottfrey Marshfield, Henry Levferance Port Edwards, John Max well Richfield, Bert Hosterman Marshfield, Philip Jacobus Marshfield, Frank Whitrock Grand Rapids, Julius Hanson Marshfield. Court was then adjourned till Tues day morning, at 9 o’clock. FARMERS ATTENTION —T. C. Thompson, agent for Alert & McGuire of New York, who is in charge of their local pickle station In this city, takes this method of giving notice that they are ready to make contracts for raising pickles during the season of 1905. Mr. Thompson can be found at. their office near Green Bay depot or at Geo. T. Row land & son store. tf. NO WALKS, NO NAILS ■ y* mm Last fall au effort was made by Postmaster Cleary to have the free delivery limits extended so as to take In a great many patrons in the out lying portions of the city, who are not now enjoy!ag the benefits of the free delivery system. The effort failed be* cause there were few or lidewalks in the territory sought to be excluded. It appears that there Is an inflexible rule of the postal department which prohibits the extension of the system to any portion of the city where walks are not built. Just why the former council did not order sidewalks built at the time is not Known, but it is presumed that it was largely on ac count of the lateness of the season. The News Item respectfully calls at tention to the new council to this matter and suggests that the proper committee be instructed to confer with the local postal officials, ascer tain where walks are needed, and have the council order them built. Antigo’s experience may be ours if the city council don’t take steps to provide such streets as will want free mail service to have the question of walks attended to. The above item taken from the News Item at A'ntigoi explains itself. Let us prepare for the service now so as not to delay ths - installing of free mail service Id' this city. r Annul Convention American Stock Growers Association at Denver Colorado. Hay 9 and 13, 1905. —On May 7, 8 and 9, the C. M. & St. Paul railroad will sell round trip excursion tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, at one fare plus $2.00, good to return uiitil May 31. For stop over privileges routes and other information please call on or address ticket agent C. M. & St. Paul railway. SIGEL AND RUDOLPH Hustle and push are the qualities displayed oy the farmers of Sigel this spring, the evidence of which is the appearance of several new barns and houses. Anton Kobza has the found ation completed for his new modern home on the south west corner of his land. John Heddin has completed anew ■barn 24x36 which is a valuable ad dition to his buildings. John Joosten, who recently pur chased the farm adjoining Henry Johnson’s in Rudolph, has erected a line new barn thereon. Mr. Joosten is at present superintending bis farm ing operations near Wrightstown, his former home. The road commissioners in the town of Rudolph have finished a good piece of work in grading the road from Albee’s corner to Kohli’s cheese factory. A lesson seems to have been learned the past winter by the farmers who have been having log and rail fences. T’is a fact that these fences are snow drift makers and the trouble and labor necessary last winter to keep roads open was a lesson which this spring has resulted in the abolition of the majority of these fences. Let others pattern after those who have removed these obstacles and we will have no more snow blocked roads in Sigcl. Frank Brostowitz who has. been operating a saw mill on his land in Sigel for the past three months, has finished his sawing and is today moving the outfit to Rudolph where be has more contracts. Julius Matthews is completing bis circular barn by finishing it off with a cupaloa which sets the appearance of the barn off in good style. |/ A DYSPEPSIA CURE Vw MM m ■M M B digests what you hat BB fla IB The J 1.00 bottle contains 24 times the trial Bfce. which sells for 50 cent*. B| Wm prepared at tbb laboratory op ■ M wl ■ E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO, nt^ Sold by J. E. DALY Drug Cos. and F. L. STEIB & COMPANY ♦ M. STEINBERG 7] DEALER IN ▼ All kinds of second hand goods ▼ A furniture and hardware T 4 a speciality. T ♦ ! ♦ Highest cash prices paid for X ▼ Wool, Hides, Furs, Old Iron. 4 I Copper, Zinc, Brass, Rubber, 4 Rags, etc. ♦ J East Grand Rapids, Wis ♦ Dr. Carter ||sj| Extracting Specialist of Chicago, will come to Grand Rapids, Witter House Wednesday, May 17 One Day Only FREE trial hours, 9 to 10 and 1 to 2, Return visit in 90 days. Miss Marie LaComo, Oconto had 5 teeth extracted by new system, no pain. Ten Years Experience. Painless Dentistry at last realized by application of New Liquid Air i; System. Absolutely safe for old or young and especially adapted for children. This new system is attract ing the attention of many prominent } y people throughout the state. At Almond May 18. Stevens Point May 20, 21, 22. astokyl BETTER THAN] THIS\ r 1 • L NATURAL PUNCTUATION ' I 1 “flow would you punctuate thl* sentence?" H ~IT asked the teacher of grammar and rhetoric: I 'As John opened the book three flve-dollar H bills evidently placed there by his cousin flut- ■ tered out from between the phges and were ■ , caught up by the breeze.’ ” . ■ ' "l think, professor. If you would allow me. I ■ should first make a dash after the bills.” said the ■ pupil, promptly. ■ —. ■ ■ W ■ may win I a. pile of I Silver Dollars I as kigk I as yoxv I Have you ever read, or do you know where K there is a little Story oetter than the above f ■ We will give H SIO,OOO I for LITTLE STORIES I— bright savings, anecdotes and short H verses. We don’t care where you find them H only they must be good. We are search- ■ ing through the world’s literature for the ■ best ever written—and we want you to help H find them. Yon may have just what we H want in a scrap book or it may be in your ■ pocket-book right now. ■ Hundreds of prizes including xo piles of ■ silver dollars as high as the first ten winners. ■ You have just as good a chance as anyone. ■ Look for a Clipping To-day I The only condition is that you must be a ■ subscriber to the National Magazine. Send ■ twenty-five ac. for six months sub- ■ scription with clipping and your name will ■ be entered for the award. Address ■ NATIONAL MAGAZINE. 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